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Grizlas
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Posted on 14-06-2010 16:19
Vester finally convinced me that I should take this personality test he's been talking about for some time now. I was skeptical at first, but after seeing my results, I have changed my mind, as they seem scarily accurate.

I think it would be interesting to see what personality this test comes up with for the other members of gongumenn, so If you would care to take it and post your results (the letters) it would be cool.

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read about yourself here


I've made some predictions of my own about some of our members. Would be interesting to see the results smiley

predictions
Yutani:INFP
Norlander:ENTP
Torellion:INTJ
Vuzman:INTJ
Vester:ESFP
Grizlas:ENFP
Lazarus:ESTP
Boddin:ISFP
jogvanth: ISTJ
Spiff:ESFJ
Lamech:INFJ



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Posted on 14-06-2010 17:25
Welcome to 1998...


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Posted on 14-06-2010 17:26
I scored it INTJ. Last time I took the Jung Typology Test I scored it ISTJ.

I remember that the Sensing trait was not a strong trait of mine then, and this time around the Intuitive trait is again not a strong preference. So I take it that I am somewhere in the middle in that bipolar linear scale.

The first time I took the test I scored much more on the thinking part than I did this time around.



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Posted on 14-06-2010 17:38
ISFP


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Posted on 14-06-2010 17:40
I've taken several of these over the years (have had one on my FB page for ages) and this one gave the same result: ENTP

I'm just like:

Famous people of your particular type
Michaelangelo, Richard Feynman, Thomas Edison, Hypatia of Alexandria



Edit: see you guessed right smiley

2nd edit: A fun tidbit for the pocket psychologist: My favorite book to read when I was 8-9 was Edison's biography.


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Posted on 14-06-2010 17:43
Vuzman wrote:
Welcome to 1998...


+1 internets to you smiley


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Posted on 14-06-2010 17:59
There are a number of personality test like this one. Jung had, to my knowledge, nothing to with the development of personality tests. His name is attached because his theory of personality ispired some developers of personality tests.

I believe that this is a toned down version of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.

In relation to one of the most wiedly used current personality tests - the Big Five - dealing with: Openness, Conscientiousness, Extroversion, Agreeableness and Neuroticism; my scores of high Introversion, slightly iNtuitive, slightly Thinking, and highly Judging (on the Jung Typology test) would correlate to low Extroversion, slight Openness, slightly low Agreeableness, and high Conscientiousness.

I have participated in a study of the most recent Big Five test called NEO-PI-R, where my scores correlated quite well to the above. I scored 22 (out of 100) on Extroversion, 50 on Openness, 56 on Agreeableness and 68 on Conscientiousness.



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Posted on 14-06-2010 20:50
INTJ


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Posted on 14-06-2010 21:52
ISTJ


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Posted on 14-06-2010 22:08
Heh, I see I was totally off about Yutani, so I'm 2 for 3 smiley




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Posted on 14-06-2010 22:14
Hmmm...
My post didn't work

I - N - F - J
33 - 25 - 25 - 1

Whatever that means.

But lots of cool people of my type.


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Posted on 15-06-2010 00:39
Well, looks like I'm an ENFJ, so you're apparently wrong about me.

Following Norlander's example, I've found these other apparent ENFJ's:
Famous people of your particular type
Bill Clinton, Tony Blair, Clara Barton (Founder of the American Red Cross), Ronald Reagan

As well as:
Andy Griffith - actor
Bob Saget - actor
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. - minister, civil rights activist
Elizabeth Dole - senator
Francois Mitterand - French President
Mikhail Gorbachev - last leader of Soviet Union
Ralph Nader - attorney, political activist
Ross Perot - businessman
Tommy Lee Jones - actor
William Cullen Bryant - poet


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Posted on 15-06-2010 10:21
Heh ok. I have a hard time seeing you as an E, but I haven't been around you for any length of time in the last 5-10 years smiley


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Posted on 15-06-2010 11:41
Well, having read the definitions, I'm quite certain that mine is fairly accurate.


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Posted on 15-06-2010 12:37
ESTJ
11-1-12-22

Bruce Willis, Sandra Day O'Connor, George W. Bush, Mark Anthony

Damn it! No hope... I have same personality as George W. Bush! smiley

Not sure I should have posted this! smiley

edit:You are:

* slightly expressed extravert
* slightly expressed sensing personality
* slightly expressed thinking personality
* slightly expressed judging personality



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Posted on 15-06-2010 13:43
ENFJ

33 38 12 11 %

moderately expressed extravert
moderately expressed intuitive personality
slightly expressed feeling personality
slightly expressed judging personality


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Posted on 15-06-2010 13:56
ESTJ

22 50 1 22 %

Slightly expressed introvert
moderately expressed sensing personality
slightly expressed thinking personality
slightly expressed judging personality

Famous People: Herbert Hoover, Harry S, Truman, Kirk Douglas, Greta Garbo and even Clint Eastwood is as cool as me smiley



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Posted on 16-06-2010 11:21
OOPS - I now see that there was a typo in my earlier post.
I wrote it really quickly, because I was annoyed at my earlier post failing.

My real profile is:

ENFJ (and not IFNJ, as stated earlier).


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Posted on 26-01-2014 21:50
Took a new test Friday - apparently I'm INTP now. Wondering why I had changed from the ENTP I usually get I took another one - which turned out INTJ... with a 51%/49% split on the J/P part.

So apparently I've changed over the years, or they were different introvert/extrovert questions.

Found a picture that makes sense of it though smiley


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Posted on 25-01-2022 18:08
OKJones wrote:
ESTJ

22 50 1 22 %

Slightly expressed introvert
moderately expressed sensing personality
slightly expressed thinking personality
slightly expressed judging personality

Famous People: Herbert Hoover, Harry S, Truman, Kirk Douglas, Greta Garbo and even Clint Eastwood is as cool as me smiley



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